Planes must move quickly in air or else they fall out of the sky,
trains can travel at any speed.
It is possible to design trains to travel at aircraft speeds (sub-sonic only) but it is prohibitively expensive.
If a train were to travel through a tunnel in a vacuum, it could travel at any speed short of the speed of light, in theory.
i agree, but there is more. One is that planes don't have to go around buildings, mountains, etc.
cars, buses, bikes, trains etc. are faster and boats, trains and planes can go across sea's whereas horses are stuck to one country
The speed is limited by the rail authority. Turns out that empty trains can't go any faster than full trains - but, empty trains can accelerate faster. A loaded coal train can go as fast as 55 miles per hour.
its allowed cargo or even soldiers to go on it. which was faster than a carriage at that time
walk or go on boats Cars, buses, trains, 'planes. Much the same as you
Some go faster than others but still they mostly all go around 50-60 miles per hour
So they go faster or slower.
Almost twice as fast. Trains in 1870s would have gon 20-30 miles per hour. Today they go about 55- 65 mph
Some rocket planes can go as fast as six times the speed of sound. Most military fighter planes do not go faster than twice the speed of sound, and the typical civilian passenger/transport plane goes slower than the sound barrier.
Cars are better then trains because they can travel faster, and are more comfortable to travel in. NO trains are better they can go twice as fast as cars. first class or any class is better than car seating this is why: meals on board.toilets.meals.internet wifis.plugs for phones and laptop. can u get that in a car?
It helps us in many ways like, faster, safer transportation and lets people go farther for less money but, it makes pollution and that doesn't help the environment.
Trains in some countries go fast, some go at over 200mph. In other countries you would be lucky to get a train travelling faster than 30mph.